THE SCENE 

click to enlarge 1. Barbara Riordan, Tina Schell, and Jane and Bob Lurie rocked the Kiawah half-marathon on Saturday 2. Sarah Westendorf snuggles up to Santa and assures him she's been a very good girl 3. Traditional seasonal selections put everyone in a holiday mood 4. Excuse me, ma'am. Can you tell me how to get to Chalmers? 5. ' Tis the time of year for steamed oysters galore 6. Sandy Nevins provides his date with some extra warmth 7. Gospel singers lifted their voices in praise at Boone Hall on Wednesday 8. With a puffy jacket, oversized scarf, pom-pom hat, cotton candy, and an American flag, this one is ready for the Mt. Pleasant parade of lights
  • 1. Barbara Riordan, Tina Schell, and Jane and Bob Lurie rocked the Kiawah half-marathon on Saturday 2. Sarah Westendorf snuggles up to Santa and assures him she's been a very good girl 3. Traditional seasonal selections put everyone in a holiday mood 4. Excuse me, ma'am. Can you tell me how to get to Chalmers? 5. ' Tis the time of year for steamed oysters galore 6. Sandy Nevins provides his date with some extra warmth 7. Gospel singers lifted their voices in praise at Boone Hall on Wednesday 8. With a puffy jacket, oversized scarf, pom-pom hat, cotton candy, and an American flag, this one is ready for the Mt. Pleasant parade of lights

Davis Advertising celebrated its 25th anniversary with a fabulous fete at Boone Hall on Wednesday night. Although the invitation called for optional "period attire," I was reluctant to believe that guests would adopt the costume cue. I could have not been more wrong. Throngs of festive party-goers arrived clad in an eclectic array of antebellum attire. Fried game meats, booming cannon fire, live gospel music, and a motley band of re-enactors made for quite the trip back in time. Even Father Christmas kept in vintage character; he offered me a mule instead of the Range Rover that tops my list. Bah! On Thursday, The Greater Charleston Hotel and Motel Association hosted its annual Hospitality Hoe Down at Tom Doyle's red barn, which was complete with wandering animals (Colleen Connor and I were nearly sideswiped by an errant rooster). Several thousand people heeded an early wake-up call on Saturday for the 28th annual Kiawah Island Marathon. Brisk temperatures and high winds motivated runners to move along the course, while scores of familiar faces dotted the post-race party. Bundle up! Baby, it's cold outside.

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